I love being married and wouldn’t trade it for anything (Best. Wife. Ever.). But I can see why young men today are so fearful of marriage.
Go read Jennifer Roback Morse evaluates the economics of no-fault divorce by Wintery Knight. It is a major reason for men to be scared of commitment.
It is especially important for unmarried women to understand how no-fault divorce laws and activist family courts dissuade men from marrying. My concern today is that the feminist ideology has become so entrenched that young women will drag themselves through the muck of the sexual revolution without even reflecting on how a string of drunken hook-ups destroys their innocence, vulnerability and capacity to trust and love.
This is not just bad for men, who will increasingly face financial ruin, and loss of access to their own children. No-fault divorce opens the door to totalitarian control of men, women and children by the state. Women who wish to marry and have children will find it increasingly difficult to find men willing to take the risk of marrying and raising children. Women need to consider the incentives created by a Marxist-feminist state.
And besides, when radical feminism convinced women that out-of-wedlock sex (and the inevitable abortions) were evidence of their equal worth to men, the men got the sex they wanted with little if any commitment or responsibility. Something like Why buy the cow if you can get the milk for free? comes to mind.
If you combine a godless worldview with our current divorce laws, why would any guy take the risks?
There is still a better way, people: Follow God’s plan for sex and marriage — one man, one woman, for life. Easy? No. Worth it? Yes!